The Seahawks are pounding the Raiders on both sides of the ball, but the scoreboard shows only a 13-0 lead at halftime. TE Jerramy Stevens dropped a pass in the end zone and committed a 15-yard taunting penalty in the red zone. We have not seen him in the game since then. We did see coach Mike Holmgren berating him on the sideline. ... DT Craig Terrill has three first-half sacks, most in a game for Seattle since Cortez Kennedy had three against the Packers in a 1999 Monday night game. That is the first time I've used the words "Craig Terrill" and "Cortez Kennedy" in the same sentence. Twice in one night is probably enough. ... The ground game has been surprisingly strong for Seattle. Floyd Womack is playing better than he did in the first couple games of the season. We did blame him for a sack, but it was close to a coverage sack. ... Chris Gray has been matched up with Warren Sapp one-on-one at times, and done fine. ... The Raiders' offense is having a hard time functioning given problems on the offensive line. ... Raiders QB Andrew Walter was flagged for simulating a snap on the play where Seattle's Bryce Fisher nearly had a fumble return for a touchdown. Walter was moving when the ball was snapped. That is the official explanation.